AMERICAN FOOTBAL Preseason Tidbits to Understand and Profit From
Hard to imagine that Ohio just won the NBA title a month back, and baseball is sexy deep in pennant events and we have basketball not more than a week away already. After having a 12 months in 2005 that found numerous favorites cover with big numbers in the NFL, week in and week out, and just offshore books and Vegas catalogs losing to the population, it all starts over again with the opening game in the NFL pre-season with Oakland and Philly kicking if off Aug 6th.
My take on the NFL preseason has always been guarded aspiration. I have sat at many round table with other big named handicappers discussing the advantages and disadvantages of the preseason, some of us love it, and a few of us avoid it. I am in the middle on the situation, but DO realize the opportunity of profit is there, but your self-control in doing your groundwork, and knowing the traits of particular coaches proceeding into the preseason, structured on the performance of his squad in the previous year should be considered into account.
Lets look into 2 factors that make up quite a lot of emphasis I actually put on handicapping the NFL preseason which may have proven profitable over the age range as part of the equation of handicapping the NFL in August. The top thing I look for is Quarterback depth, and playing rotations, bar zero. Here are a few of the teams We have looked at for 2006 and red flagged, that contain the ability to score points in incomprehensible preseason games giving them an edge in any NFL Preseason, based on expertise at the helm. These types of are listed in no particular order other than to talk about in my head that the Eagles have a solid rotation of talented and capable folks and should fare well in the preseason in the early games.
Chicago, il Bears - Having a healthy Rex Grossman, he may get plenty of play time in the preseason, and with a solid 1-2 strike at back-up here with Kyle Orton and Brian Gresie, both with starting experience, and they way Chicago plays defense in general, look for the Bears to be solid in the preseason with this rotation in any form.
New York Aircraft - With Chad Pennington slated to play, but not much in the preseason, look for ex-Redskin and capable Pat Ramsey and Brooks Bollinger to see plenty of action behind a deep attacking line. The Jets should be able to put up some points with deep RB positions as well.
Philadelphia Eagles - With Donovan McNabb, Barry Garcia and Koy Dettmer, you possess a strong and experienced starting 3 rotable here, I might not be surprised to see ex-Hawaii star Tommy Chang make some unusual plays in the preseason either, and Philly even offers a firm of RB's that are deep.